Daily Student Bulletin

Wednesday -  November 20, 2019


Knights Hall:  Wednesday before school beginning at 7:15am, and Friday during lunch.

Freshmen:  If you plan to attend KNIGHTS HALL for an after school session this week, the Activities Bus will not be running Wednesday through Friday.  Please make sure you have an alternate way home.  

Blood Drive:  Congratulatons to Sawyer Tracht and Lyric Erickson.  They are the winners of the two $40 Visa cards for signing up for and donating blood!  Thank you so much for your contributions, your donation can save up to three lives.

Book Club:  meets Tuesday, November 19 after school to discuss "Everything Everything".  make sure to attend and bring your copy of the book!  We will also have snacks to share.

National Letter of Intent:  If you signed a National Letter of Intent please stop by and see Mr. Vermaire or Mr. Knee.

Girls Basketball:  All girls interested in playing basketball this year, please sign up with Coach Collins in room 249.  Pick up a schedule and make sure all of your paperwork is current through Final Forms.  Thank you and "GO KNIGHTS"!

Wrestling:  Come join the wresting team!  You do not have to have any experience and wrestling teaches more about leadership than almost anything you can do.  come be part of a great tradition!

Winter Sport Athletes: Don't forget to register on Final Forms.  You need a current physical so get them scheduled if yours is due.

FBLA:  Installation take place Wednesday, November 20, from 6:00-7:00 pm in the library.  All parents, fmaily, and members are invited.  Please bring a dessert.

FFA Potato Evaluation Team:  Congratulations to team members:  Shanna Jacobsen, Miranda Smiley, Chase Wiedmer, Hannah Dickson, and Ruth Metge - they placed in the top 20 at the STATE Potato Evaluation contest!

Green Team:  Over one million animals including mammals, fish, sharks, turtles, and birds are killed each year due to plastic debris in the ocean.  thanks, EV, for being part of the solution!

Green Team members:  stop by room 121 (Jacobsen) and sign up for the field trip to the Spokane Recycling Center!

Library:   The November library contest is up and running.  Stop in and guess the book in a jar!  Enter to win a great prize!

Overdue notices have been emailed to you.  Check your email to find out if your books are overdue or if you have a fine.  Please return or renew your materials ASAP. 

2019-2020 ASB Officers:  Congratulations to - Destiny Hillyard, President; Zach Thornton, President-Elect; Julia Hansen, Treasurer; Shaylee Brown, Activities Coordinator; and Brie Holecek, Public Relations.  The position for Secretary is still open.  Current sophomores and juniors with a GPA of at least 3.0 are eligible to run.  Packets are available outside room 142 and are due by Wednesday, March 20.


Athletics - Scores and Upcoming Events:
Visit the EVHS Activities page - you will find a list of all the athletics and activities we offer! Sports currently going on include: cross-country, football, girls soccer, slow-pitch softball, and volleyball. Scores: Boys Cross Country - Zack Severin finished 75th, Levi Jackson 6th, and Josh Hanson 5th at the state cross country meet. Football - The football team was defeated 34 - 0 by Ephrata

Upcoming Events:








Open Hitting: On now!

Freshmen:   Need time to complete homework?  Need help with assignments you are struggling with?  GEAR UP is starting KNIGHTS HALL, a study and tutoring center that starts today (Monday, October 7) after school.  Held in Room 223, times are :  after school on Monday and Wednesday - before school on  Tuesday and Thursday, and during lunches on Wednesday and Friday.

Middle School:  High School students should not go to the middle school campus before or after school.

Students Who Drive to EVHS:  You need to have purchased a Parking Pass in the Business Office and it needs to be displayed in your vehicle at all times.  There is no student parking in the east parking lot - this lot is for staff only.

Skill Center:  Students, if you attend Skills Center in the afternoon, you will not be released from class by your teacher until 10:50 am.  If you leave class earlier than this you will be referred to the administration for a conference.  Thank you for following this policy.

Dress Code:  As a reminder - our school day dress needs to be appropriate - this means that pants below the waistline, bare midriffs due to short shirts, and clothing that speaks to drugs or alcohol will not be allowed.  All staff will be connecting with students who are not wearing appropriate clothing throughout each day.  If you are not wearing appropriate clothing you may be asked to change or we will contact home for more appropriate clothes to be brought to school for you.

Laptops:  DO NOT LEAVE YOUR LAPTOPS IN YOUR VEHICLES.  Not only are computers susceptible to damage due to cold and heat, leaving a $1000 piece of technology in your car creates an excellent target for thieves.  A good rule of thumb:  if you wouldn't do it to your phone, don't do it to your laptop.

Loaner Laptops:  If you need a loaner laptop, you should come to the library FIRST THING when you arrive.  If Ms. Mead is teaching classes, she will not check out a loaner to you.  It is your responsibility to check out your loaner before school begins.

Lunch Reminder:  All food purchased in the cafeteria at lunch may not be taken to the parking lot to eat. Food may be eaten in the cafeteria, the tiled area outside of the commons, and the courtyard.  Please remember to clean up after yourself - the courtyard and tiled areas have been littered with garbage after both lunches.

Campus - Open/Closed: Students - as a reminder, East Valley High School is a closed campus.  This means students are not allowed to go out of the building to the parking lot during class or passing period.  The campus is only open during lunch time to juniors and seniors in good standing.  Students will not be allowed to go get items from cars in the parking lot during any class time or passing period.

Food Delivered to Classrooms: please remember that ordering food online during class time and having it delivered to you during class time is prohibited. This causes a disruption to the learning environment so please respect this policy or progressive discipline will be applied.

School Dress: We want all of our students to display professionalism and dress in a manner suitable for an educational environment. Be sure you are following the dress code on a daily basis and dress to impress!

Skill Center: All Skill Center students need to come to the counseling center to pick up a transportation form. You are not allowed to drive unless you have this form filled out and returned.

Do you have a job? Did you know you can earn a half credit for working and come to school late or leave early? Come to the counseling center to find out more information.

Not on Campus After School Hours: Please note you must exit the high school by 2:35pm unless you are staying for an adult supervised activity.

Parking Lots: Please remember students may not occupy or visit the parking lots in between class periods without the permission of a teacher, Joe Salmon, or an Administrator. The only exception to these rules are at lunch IF the student has an approved Off-Campus Lunch Pass, and they intend to leave school grounds for lunch.

Bus Transportation: Bus drivers may no longer accept parent notes from students to ride another bus home. Students will now need to pick up a temporary bus pass from Jeanie. A note or phone call to Jeanie from a parent is needed in order to get a temporary bus pass. Take care of this BEFORE 2:30pm.



Camp & Gown orders:   The deadline for ordering cap and gowns online is December 2!  Make sure to order at :  thegradoutlet.com

FAFSA:  Still need help filling out your FAFSA?  Getting a FSA ID?  Or don't even know what a FAFSA is?  Plan on attending the after school FAFSA workshop Wednesday, November 6, from 2:45 - 4:30pm in the library.  Bring your laptop and if available, your parent/guardian!  Also after school Wednesday, EWU, WSU, and SFCC will be here answering all your questions regarding applications, admissions, and school programs.  All students are welcome!  This is your future - make the best plans possible!

Transcript requests: If you would like to have your final transcript sent to a college, educational institute or to your home after graduation, please fill out the yellow transcript request form located at the counseling desk. All fines must be cleared before transcripts are sent out. Do Not go to EVSD.org as this site is for past graduates only.

Scholarships/Careers/College/Military Visits:

Students MUST pre-register and have permission from their teacher to attend.  The registration Google Form is located in the student's graduating class Google Classroom

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FAFSA UPDATE: (StudentAid.gov.fafsa)

Transcript Requests:

Seniors & Underclassmen: Requesting a transcript through the EV website is for past graduates only. All students needing a transcript need to stop by the counseling desk to sign the red transcript request form.


To request a transcript - please use the red sign-up sheet located on the senior bulletin board in the counseling hall (located on the left side just before the steps). Please sign your name & where you want your transcript sent. Provide an address for out of area colleges. If you want to pick your transcript up, it will be in the transcript cubby located on the right of the bulletin board in an envelope with your name on it. Transcripts are generated twice a week so please plan ahead. All transcript requests need to be picked up by Friday of the week requested. PLEASE DO NOT REQUEST A TRANSCRIPT THROUGH THE WEB, THAT OPTION IS FOR PAST GRADUATES ONLY. TECHNOLOGY WILL NOT PRINT TRANSCRIPTS. PLEASE NO NOT ORDER YOUR TRANSCRIPT FROM YOUR COUNSELOR VIA E-MAIL.


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